Jarrod Gorbel has a new project, his first post The Honorary Title breakup (not counting solo stuff). Night Terrors Of 1927 is his new band’s name (band also features Blake Sennett of Rilo Kiley fame), and they’ve released two EP’s and one full length to date, with the later getting pressed on vinyl as a single LP. There are two variants for Everything’s Coming Up Roses; pink and black. The pink is exclusive to the Warner Bros. Records web store and is limited to 500 copies. The black is available everywhere else and is limited to 3,000 copies.
The record comes with a full color insert printed on thick glossy paper. It’s not quite card stock but it’s thicker/heavier weight paper than your standard insert. The download code yields high quality 320 kbps MP3s. Retail price on this is around $20 regardless of what color you opt for or where you buy it. I bought this on black vinyl for $12 shipped after being patient and taking advantage of sales.
If you haven’t heard Night Terrors Of 1927 and you’re a fan of The Honorary Title, Gorbel’s new band is worth checking out. Think Honorary Title with a more electronic vibe; The Honorary Title blended with Panic! At The Disco, the newest Fall Out Boy album and Hellogoodbye minus the goofiness. You might recognize one of their songs, “Dust And Bones” from a handful of commercials. An instrumental version of that song played in a Doritos and NFL Play 60 commercial that aired in 2013, 2014 and 2015.